Search Results for 'general secretary'

13 results found.

Soroptimists International celebrate at Athlone event

image preview

Soroptimist ladies from across the island of Ireland, along with guests from Scotland and England, recently united in Athlone to celebrate the role of Athlone native, Darina Dolan, the National President of the friendship and service organisation.

PDFORRA to extensively review Defence Forces Commission report

PDFORRA, the association representing soldiers, sailors and aircrew of the Permanent Defence Force, will reflect upon the report of the Public Service Pay Commission which examined recruitment and retention issues within the military and consult with members before any decision is taken pertaining to the detailed provisions outlined in the document.

Specially convened meeting to address Defence Forces personnel predicament

A special meeting dedicated to serving Defence Forces personnel to discuss their present public service pay conditions predicament is expected to be convened in August.

SIPTU opens Welcome Centre in Castlebar

image preview

There was a huge turnout of long serving union activists and members, that gathered at the event in the lovely spring sunshine for the launch of SIPTU’s Welcome Centre on Moneen Road in Castlebar.

Almost 2,000 on trolleys without hospital beds in Mayo last year

image preview

A total of 1,998 patients went without hospital beds at Mayo University Hospital in 2018, according to new figures released this week by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO).

Report shows overcrowding at midlands hospitals

 

Hogan rules himself out of General Election bid

Former General Election candidate and current Sinn Féin councillor and group leader Paul Hogan has refused to allow his name to be nominated to contest the Longford-Westmeath Sinn Féin convention to be held in the Longford Arms on Saturday, December 2.

Swinford man elected to top union position

image preview

Swinford man Padraig Peyton has been elected the first honorary president of SIPTU. The Tumgesh, Swinford, native defeated three Dublin based candidates in the recent election which will see him become one of the major players in labour relations matters across the country.

Postmasters reject proposal on future of post offices

Postmasters have voted to reject an An Post proposal on the future of Post Offices, after claiming to having their contracts threatened by the company.

No end in sight for overcrowding at UHG

image preview

The head of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has warned that overcrowding at UHG is unlikely to be resolved for at least five years. In figures released by the INMO yesterday ahead of its annual conference, UHG was named among the top five most overcrowded hospitals in the country in April.

  • 1 (current)
  • 2
 

Page generated in 0.0442 seconds.